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of the economy except for government employment. government employment again fell pretty significantly, but across services, even manufacturing has been having some pretty good job growth. and retail trade, so it was kind of across the board for this month. overall, what you have seen is the health sector, if you say over the last two years, where have the jobs been growing? they haven't been really in anything touching on the housing market. so real estate, construction, those things haven't done well. but a lot of services, a lot of export related, and a lot of manufacturing have been kind of the sectors leading it. >> so the president is promising in the next four years if elected he will create jobs in the millions. mitt romney is promising if elected he'll create 12 million jobs. but at the same time, romney underscoring government isn't the one that creates jobs. how does either one deliver on the promise of creating millions of jobs? >> well, you know, the first thing to note is when an economy is growing, even at a moderate pace, it's going to generate a lot of jobs. i think if
by in case the state government asks for them help. and now, picking up the pieces from sandy. staten island is a 60 square mile portion of new york city and it suffered some of the worst devastation from the storm. 19 of the city's deaths happened on staten island and today, i toured some of the hardest hit areas and spoke with residents just beginning to pick up the piecing of their shattered lives. this is quincy avenue and you still can't get close to house number 845. that's where barbara and her son, christopher, barely survived the storm. >> we stayed 11 hour onss on the roof. we kept yelling help to everyone we see. nobody was coming. nobody. >> their neighborhood, destroyed. the water rose feet in just minutes. they escaped with their lives, but suffered unimaginable loss. >> we were told the next day, looking for my sister, she was found dead in her apartment -- we have to get her from brooklyn and try to bury her. >> at the shelter, we saw about 250 people with no place to go and there are others still unaccounted for. congressman michael grim represents all of staten island. we w
's no second term agenda. the with the stimulus, but three years after, that is for a government but it will not stimulate the private sector any better than it did this stimulus for years ago. >> as it turns out, the site at this construction site has been receiving stimulants money it tracks the government spending and the government received a small business loans of over $1 million. this speech was the same as the government announcing that it was going to purchase 2% of this quarter this year beating estimates. but not as good as past predictions from tfrom the president obama- >> declining take-home pay that is what he has produced. >> with the polls show that his campaign. have.. another detour. his top circuits and longtime public and relator saying that former secretary of state paul had endorsed obama because of his race. >> if you have somebody of your own race you would be proud to have somebody of the united states i applaud him. >> he released a statement now that the poll endorsement is because of its policies. their reason i will browse with this particular debate
government. the government will do a number of things like building the pipeline, allowing much more drilling and exploration on federal lands. we can accelerate this huge shift in the energy economy of the world that we're seeing is making predictions that the united states and north america could become the saudi arabia of oil in the near future. so this is achievable. we have to have a change in policy and a change in presidents. >> okay. so one of the key legs of that stool is taxes as you said. >> right. >> governor romney saying he'll cut everybody's marginal tax rate across the board by 20%. that's an estimated $5 trillion in cuts but he says his plan is revenue neutral and will protect the middle class from tax increases. here's the question about the revenue neutrality, again you're referring to your time under president reagan and i was talking to bob rice, referring to his time under president clinton. the job growth under both of those presidents, the big area times of job growth where we created more than 12 million jobs over four years happened with economic growth greater than
warnings there could be another government shut down if president obama is re-elected. >>> we want to give you a look at some key battleground states. we have nevada, colorado, iowa, michigan, ohio, new hampshire, and virginia, eight swing states. and according to the latest polls, take a look at the numbers. in these states, the president hold a four point lead over mitt romney. and those are five out of eight states. you can see some of the numbers. nevada is 45 to 55% and similar number across the board there. but in colorado, there are two dualing poll there's. one bit public policy of poll gives romney a lead and roiders has it closer within a point. and there are the two states that are clearly too close to call right now. you have florida and ohio. look at that obama is wing by only 2% in florida and ohio they are also just 2% apart. >>> the federal government is buying gasoline to get fuel super storm sandy victims. the obama administration ordered 12 million gallons of unleaded fuel and 10 million gallons of diesel. tanker trucks will take the fuel to gas stations in new york, new
died on this weekend. government troops shelled a three different suburbs in damascus. fighting continues in a city and a nearby military base. >> there could be a " no " for the restructuring of the creek that but there could be a buyback program. over that, the-greece economic plan it could be an extension plan. it is expected to bring substantial extra costs. >> still to come on kron 4 news this week and this bullying experts that will help with this ongoing problem. she was a victim of ridicule, herself. we will be right back. jack, you said you wanted a whole new breakfast item. i give you... flap jacks. hmm! yeah...um...the thing is, i don't know if i'm comfortable with people eating my face. how 'bout a loaded breakfast sandwich with country-grilled sausage, bacon, ham, two fried eggs, and melting cheese on toasted sourdough. don't do it. don't eat my face... do not eat my... you ate his face?! >> welcome back. this live look outside a beautiful shot with a still heavy cloud coverage. >> relate nothing to write home about. really nothing to write home about especially whe
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what change is. we know what the future requires. we don't need a big government agenda or a small government agenda. we need a middle class agenda that rewards hard work and responsibility. we don't need a partisan agenda. we need a commonsense agenda that says when we educate a poor child, we'll all be better off. that says when we fund the research of a young scientist, her new discovery will benefit every american. we need a vision that says we don't just look out for ourselves. we look out for one another. we look out for future generations, and we meet those obligations by working together. that's the change we believe in. that's what this election is all about. now, let's be clear. achieving this agenda won't be easy. it's never been easy. we always knew that. back in 2008 when we talked about change, i told i wasn't just talking about changing presidents. i wasn't just talking about changing parties. i was talking about changing our politics. i ran because the voices of the american people, your voice, had been shut out of our democracy for way too long by lobbyists and spe
don't cover flooding. the federal government has at various times extended flood insurance and helped people. particularly when anyone remembers the fiasco where the federal government says, listen rich people, you can build beautiful houses again. that road where they let beautiful houses doesn't exist right now after last night and a lot of the properties that were destroyed are wealthy people. long beach island. people build homes where they shouldn't build them but counting on the federal government to bail them out again. >> flooding in homes and businesses. verizon sent out a picture of the lobby of one of their big buildings not far from here during the night of the storm. there was a foot of hudson river in there and that's a case for a lot of different things down here in downtown new york and throughout. let's not forget it wasn't just new york. new jersey perhaps hardest hit of any particular state. >> i wonder how little we know. i was watching tv. we were having helicopter problems. suddenly there is atlantic city in real life. you realize that chris christie had what we
, it really was two-fold. first of all, he wanted to pledge that the federal government would cut through red tape, cut through all the bureaucracy. he said there would be no excuses for inaction. and that federal agencies should really explore all options even leaning on the military if necessary to get the resources to where they need to get as quickly as possible. but secondly, what the president was also trying to reinforce yesterday was kind of uplifting the spirits of those hit by the storm. some of whom have lost everything saying that america is with you, america will help you get back on your feet. and he praised those who have already jumped in and taken action. >> during the darkness of the storm, i think we also saw what's brightest in america. i think all of us have honestly been shocked by the force of mother nature as we watch it on television. at the same time, we've also seen nurses at nyu hospital carrying fragile newborns to safety. we have seen incredibly brave firefighters in queens waist deep in water, battling infernos and rescuing people in boats. >> the reality is tha
reverse mortgage today, you'll learn the benefits of a government-insured reverse mortgage. it will eliminate your monthly mortgage payments and give you taxy in your home. and here's the best part -- you still own your home. take control of your retirement today. ♪ ♪ >> to let you know the spot in new jersey today, touring hurricane damage with governor chris christie and governor romney is campaigning in florida with the election a week away. there are plenty of criticism from both of the guys but the president some say is using this as political gain and some are blasting governor romney for campaigning at a time like this so neither can win from the opponent. real clear politics says they are both doing what they should be doing. explain. >>guest: look, the president has spent three days being the president, touring the storm damage and he has not done any campaigning since sunday. now, mitt romney did take a day off great the campaign trail on tuesday. he had one storm relief collection event essentially in dayton, but he has to get back up campaigning. now he has
, govern in prose. he is trying to campaign as a candidate of change and president obama is trying to reconcile that inspiring rhetoric with the record he has to run on, he's making a much more modest case. we're not there yet, but we have turned the corner, made progress, and don't turn back the clock on the policies. it is a different argument certainly than we heard from barack obama four years ago. >> what don is asking the question we have been getting from undecided voters, right? like barack obama, i understand he got -- handed a bad economy, but things aren't as much better as i thought they were going to be and i like what mitt romney is saying how he sees the future looking like but i'm not sure how he gets there. >> we hear a lot of swing voters talking about the deficit and the debt. concerned about the economy, the jobs. but that's not abstract. they understand that on a fundamental level and that's a key pitch the republicans have been making. that issue does resonate with people at their kitchen table. >> all right. great conversation. thank you, guys. >> i got one q
state. >> i can promise you that the federal government will be working as closely as possible with the state and local officials. and we will not quit until this is done. >> reporter: and then, there was halloween. many towns decided to postpone it. but some were not deterred. on long island, superheros and cats were out. and in new york city, even with the power out, trick-or-treaters took to the street. and within just a few hours, all three of new york's major airports will be back online, with la guardia beginning at least partial service at 7:00 a.m. this morning. rob? sunny? >> good news there, too. and in terms of the gridlock here in new york city. traffic very heavy as the mass transit system gets up and running. what about the scarcity of gasoline for commuters? >> reporter: that's a really big problem because everyone's trying to get into the city. and one of the things, they also need gas to get around and get back out. we're hearing reports of long lines at gasoline stations. sometimes stretching all around the block, where new york city police officers have to co
political situation in the sense it's so close to an election. if the federal government is deemed not to have prepared people properly for this and it becomes another mini katrina situation, it could be literally an election wrecker for the president. conversely, if he handles this very well and it is a huge storm, that can win him the election. it can be politically very important. >> let's be clear. the record is obvious to me, the president has -- we saw what happened in the past in katrina. the president has been very aggressive putting his own boots on the ground. he came through the state of new jersey when we had flooding and the like. so this president to me, he's already proven that point and i know, i know from my work in preparing today, that the federal government is ready for this challenge and they will meet it head-on and deal with the crisis and the aftermath. and i know it's a political issue but i really want to reaffirm to people because the biggest mistakes i've seen often in these storms, especially in the obama administration, has not necessarily been the fed
the government, from fema, from anybody? >> nobody's come to my door. hey, fema, come on down, knock on my door. >> reporter: at nighttime, 11th street has a different feel. it's a little eerie being in the blackout zone, especially when you look at the sky. we're in the section of the city has no power. but there's so much light in the part of the city that does have power, it reflects up into the sky and there's more light in the sky than there is on the street. so this is what it's like? >> this is what it's like. >> reporter: melissa is a nanny who lives in a sixth-floor walk-up. she spends her nights curled up with a book and her dog. >> reporter: do you feel safe? >> extremely safe. my neighbors who i barely spoke to before this happened, we all have an open-door policy now. >> reporter: a relative newcomer to new york, she didn't love this city until the storm came. >> my neighbors have been wonderful. and we've barely even met before. it's just like, it's true, in times of crisis, people come together. so it's been great. i go to sleep with my door open. >> reporter: as the days turn in
that coordinates the government's response to the storm mr. obama reminded people to follow instructions of local officials before he cancelled a scheduled appears in florida. hurricane sandy forced mitt romney to change his plans for the second time in the last few days. romney campaigned in the state of ohio yesterday instead of virginia as planned. his campaign cancelled appearance for tomorrow in new hampshire. romney telling supporters one stop in ohio, our throughouts and prayers where the -- our thoughts and prayers are with the people who are in harm's way. >>> many fans watching on a jumbotron. thousands watched the world series with other giants' fans and share that sweet victory. others lined restaurants and bars in the city. a lot of celebrating there. now they are ready for the parade which will be this wednesday. the planning started days ago when we were heading in the right direction. i didn't say only two more games until we have the world series. i didn't want to jinx us. >> i know, i said full out, because i wasn't superstitious. >> we'll look at sandy of course what is going t
extraordinarily close coordinations between state, federal, and local governments. so we are confident that the assets are pre-positioned for aneffective responsive response. >> with sandy expected to affect the northeast through thursday, that response could take some time. now before sending out to the caribbean, there were more than 50 casualties. at least five people in new york killed by falling tree limbs. reporting live in new york, i'm randall pinkston, back to you. >> as you can see sandy has lived up to the warnings of flooding and damage along the eastern sea born. we're going to check in with cbs 5, chief meteorologist with the current locations. >> this storm is huge, expanding all the way north from maine to south carolina. that's a lot of real estate. here's a look at your satellite review, even some snow on the western flag of the storm in west virginia. look at these wind gusts finally coming down, but we are talking six straight hours with wind gusts in excess of 50 miles per hour in atlantic city. now a big storm, where is it headed next? it will be moving inland and
added 171,000 jobs last month even though the government is continuing to shed jobs. the unemployment ticks up to 7.9% as more try to enter the work force. both candidates are putting their spin on the last jobs report. mitt romney campaign just sent us this statement that says the jobs report is a sad remind tear the economy is at a virtual standstill. democrats are touting the stronger than expected houring neurals -- hiring numbers we'll hear from president obama in the next few minutes during his first campaign stop of the day in ohio. romney campaigns next hour in wisconsin and heads to ohio as well. reporting live from washington, d.c. alison burns ktvu channel 2 news. >>> it is 7:15. a new ktvu field poll shows a dramatic shift in how people in california say they will vote on proposition 34. the proposed repeal of the state death penalty. the poll shows a sudden surge in support for proposition 34 with 45% of likely voters saying they will vote yes and 38% saying they will vote no. 17% of voters are undecided. proposition 34 would eliminate the death penalty in california and
of all of this now have a government's latest report on the labor picture, which is better than expected but the quality of those jobs and the type of pay and if they're even full or part-time jobs is something we will talk much more about coming up. a look at some of the trades going on today. golgold significantly lower down $37 today, $16.77. silver and copper trending lower. more after this. lori: breaking news, mayor michael bloomberg just announcing high occupancy vehicle restrictions lifted at 5:00 p.m. you have to have three passengers to get into the city. that frustration be lifte we lif 5:00 p.m. people getting onto buses just to get to work. with a transportation crisis on top of everything else. melissa: let's get a check of the market. nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange. stocks still in the red after the jobs report. nicole: a lot to watch. group on at a new low. names soaring like priceline and tripadvisor and others coming under some pressure like gas for the big picture is a major market averages have been leaning slightly to the downside to da
. >> friends and family of former senator george mcgovern gathered for his funeral. the 90-year-old died this past sunday. he served in the u.s. house and senate and ran as the democratic nominee against republican richard nixon in 1972. after leaving politics he devoted himself to issues of hunger and poverty. plans call for mcgovern to be buried in washington, d.c. >> a $2 million fine for sending out an e-mail about facebook. why it's not so much what he said but when he said it that got one worker fired. >> in eight minutes the very personal experience with bullying that has inspired a california lawmaker and what's happening for the first time ever at schools. how does it brew such great coffee? well, inside the brewer are these green fields of coffee, actually, i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig. >>> citigroup accepted a fine admitting one of its employees leaked information about facebook before it went public. si tee corp. was part of the consortium of banks. regulations forbid banks from sharing information about companies who are launching stocks until
in diners like this one across america. >> so if you kill business what kind of government do you have? you have a broke government. >> i know these guys keep saying mitt romney is a businessman but i don't think that he's a small businessman. >> reporter: and as this conversation goes the clock ticks and the final count down to election day is under way. mike mibach, ktvu news. >>> employees at the san francisco -- workers would turn off air-conditioning in clean rooms at night even though they were supposed to be climate controlled. so far 338 people have gotten sick from the outbreak and 25 have died. >>> in a little bit of fog is showing up at the coast tonight it's just getting there right now. the winds at the golden gate bridge are coming out of the west and south at three. so it's this direction. i have a little bit of fog showing up. it's going to be fairly dense tonight. that fog is going to go away tomorrow. it's there right now but it will likely be gone in the morning. they had a red flag warning in effect, they dropped that now. that's good news for southern california. for us
. >> according to the government web site the company won't receive is more business from through the stimulus for the $1 million. romney speech came on the same day that the government announced that the economy had grown by 2% and that it beat estimates. so >> and slow the economy's slow take home ba pay. >> one of his--stated that colen powell endorsed president obama and due to his race. >> after a long campaign does almost reached it is in keeping the candace straight is almost a challenge. we will put america on a new craft and a new day with a new president. it will be president obama. pardon me mitt romney. >> among them proposition 32 is built as a way to curb special interests from donating to political candidates. >> 32 will stop special interests from buying votes from politicians. proposition 32 is still straight ford or is it? chicheforward or is it? >> prop. 32 is to ban contribution to canada's3 >> when it comes to money and political influence corporations already outspend unions and the passage of prop. 32 will make this even greater. >> a special interest group is facing a d
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of that because obviously when a disaster comes, even the people that say, you know, the government needs to get out of my business, this is the time when you really do need help from someone bigger than your neighbor. so it set off that argument as well. but i think the larger thing and one of the things that has taken up the breadth of the political discussion now is this going to affect the election in any way, will people be more likely to vote for president obama because he's looking presidential, are they less likely to vote for mitt romney because he, you know, said the fema money probably ought to go to the states and let them figure out how they want to spend money. so i think in the end, when you're looking at the states that have been affected here, particularly new jersey and new york, although obviously virginia also got hard hit as did maryland, the four of those states, they're all pretty solidly democratic, so i think in terms of what it might do to the states hard hit, i think you still are looking at three solidly democratic states and one tossup state, virginia. >> candy crowl
. >> these are ping that go into the ammunition boxes for the u.s. government. >> reporter: in tough times they both found ways to create new jobs. what every candidate talks about they do. is there anything missing in what they are saying about creating jobs? >> i don't want to be cynical but people as politicians don't create jobs, it's organizations and people that create different ideas and they go and they service customers. >> reporter: ceo jeremy hickox went from 53 employees in 2010 to 170 today. surprisingly i find campaign promises of job growth falling short amongst some employees. >> government doesn't create jobs, right, and i think that's why trying to think about too much about, hey, we're going to pick a business person or someone with a lot of job creation experience, that doesn't really tell me much. >> reporter: rebounding from layoffs in 2008, this family-owned business now employs 36 people, adding six in just the last two months. smarter, more skilled workers. those are the promises these new hampshire voters want to hear most. >> it's hard for us to find new help. we have plen
other riders. the governing body will remain blank for all of the years that armstrong had one. the committee said that armstrong should return his prize money. >>> finally, an unexpected guest at a wendy's in kentucky. a deer came through the door, shattering the glass. the deer ran around the restaurant before leaving through a window. there were no other customers inside at the time. >>> it's time, now, for the weather and back to ginger zee. ginger? >> even though the eastern third of the nation is consumed with sandy talk, there's a lot going on. we have to get to the cold in the middle of the nation. a cold front changed your weather. let's see how cold it is here this morning. we have temperatures at 19 in rapid city, 35 for albuquerque. it stretches to the southwest. minneapolis this morning at 31. i'll fly you across the nation to leave you with that big picture. you need to see other spots. maybe find your home and your forecast. >> this windy weather report, brought to you by citibank. dan and bianna? >> great job, ginger. a big weekend for her. >>> coming up here on
of the coordination ongoing between the federal government, state, local officials. the president also promising that the federal government will continue to assist in any way possible. this comes in the wake of calls that the president has had with state governors and local officials overnight and the impacted areas, new jersey and new york, also declaration -- disaster declarations that were assigned for new york and new jersey and emergency declarations for additional states including virginia and west virginia. the situation remains fluid. unclear beyond wednesday when the president will be heading back out on the campaign trail. it's a critical time, days to go before election day, so the president, the campaign, they want to get back out to encourage early voting and perhaps try to deliver their closing arguments for those voters out there still undecided in those critical battleground states. >> dan, i'll tell you what, as if to say politics does come it a screeching halt in the face of disaster, republican governor chris christie lauding the president's efforts, the disaster relief today
that it takes you yelling to start to get some answers. >> you're not supposed to govern by yelling. but frustration went into anger. but it seems to have gotten some results. >> what do you need most right now in staten island? >> i need fema to be. there i got a call from fema headquarters that they'll have a squad there tomorrow attached to me. >> so they'll be there tomorrow. >> absolutely, he said. and then we'll go toward staten island. people need someone to speak to. how do i get help? from whom do i get help? how do my children go to school? they have no clothes, they have no home. these are questions that should be answered by government. to do for people what people can't do for themselves. there are no answers. >> we want to touch base with your mom and if that team doesn't show up, will you let us know? >> absolutely. i want to thank you to give us the publicity that we need. thank you very, very much. god bless you. god bless you. >> thank you very much. let us know what you think. follow us on twitter @anderson cooper. i'm in an area where twitter actually works. i'll
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. cycling's governing body are going to show that no one won those races and lance armstrong's real battles may be just beginning. this is all because of a doping scandal that has been called epic. quintan mcdermott has this report for us. >> reporter: the united states anti-doping agency says that armstrong was a drug cheat. part of an organized conspiracy by the u.s. postal service team to dupe the public or fool the authorities. >> the totality of the evidence is overwhelming. you're looking at the bernie madoff of sport. this is the biggest fraud in the history of sport. the biggest. he couldn't have done it alone. >> when money is involved, big money, then, of course, the cheat comes along. >> reporter: lance armstrong entered cycling as a brash, young competitor. full of enthusiasm and limited in his all-around ability. his mental then was the australian racer. did he strike you in those days as a cyclist that could eventually win the tour de france? >> for me, no. to be a good tour rider you have to be a good time and a good mountain climber. he wasn't particularly strong in those tw
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, local and federal governments, and so we're confident that the assets are positioned for an effective response in the aftermath of the storm. >> reporter: with sandy expected to affect the northeast through thursday, that response could take some time. and there are also reports of fatalities from sandy. at least five people, from falling tree limbs. >>> here is even more proof of sandy's power. a dock house in massachusetts is no more, thanks to big, strong waves. off the waters of north carolina, the coast guard rescued more than a dozen people after sandy sunk their ship. one other crew member was found unresponsive and the ship's captain remains missing. the hms bounty was a replica of a vessel from the 1700's and appeared in a number of big- budget films. and in maryland, a wave knocked down a cbs national correspondent, chip reed. reed says he, his photographer and their equipment are all okay. paul deanno is tracking sandy's every move. >> sandy is 800 miles wide and 800 miles long, one of the biggest storms in american history here. look at the size of this, bringing snow to p
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